Education Archive

Lisa Donovan, Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts – Studying the Arts and Deep Learning

Studying the arts can lead to deep, rigorous learning. Lisa Donovan, professor of arts management at

Robert Edgell, SUNY Polytechnic Institute – Creative Challenges and the University Reimagined

On SUNY Polytechnic Institute Week: Is it time to reimagine our educational institutions? Robert Edgell, professor

Chelda Smith Kondo, University of St. Thomas – Pedagogy of Humanization

On University of St. Thomas Week: Who you are influences how you teach. Chelda Smith Kondo,

Ramon Goings, University of Maryland Baltimore County – There’s No Dissertation Like a Done Dissertation

On University of Maryland Baltimore County Week:  Dissertations can be tough to finish. Ramon Goings, associate

Daniel Bagner, Florida International University – Telehealth Programs Benefit Young Children with Developmental Delay

On Florida International University Week:  Telehealth has brought a new option to families who need it.

Laura Bronstein, Binghamton University – Community Schools and Reducing Summer Learning Loss

Summer programs can be key for certain students to continue their learning. Laura Bronstein, professor of

Timand Bates, Bard College – Students Want a Liberal Arts Global Classroom Online

Online learning is becoming the norm after the pandemic. Timand Bates, visiting professor of education at

Mark Warschauer, University of California, Irvine – Improving Children’s Learning Through Interactive TV Shows

Kids loving talking to the TV, but what if it talked back to them? Mark Warschauer,

Thomas Mennella, Western New England University – Student Perceptions of ChatGPT

ChatGPT is here, so how do students feel about it? Thomas Mennella, associate professor of biology

William Herbert, Hunter College – 50 Years of Higher Education Collective Bargaining

How do we push higher education forward? William Herbert, distinguished lecturer and executive director of the